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|Here Sleeps The Flying Rooster|
|— Plaque on the Weathercock (Link's Awakening)|
Marin, Tarin, and Link in front of the Weathercock in Link's Awakening DX
|Game(s)|| A Link to the Past|
A Link to the Past
The Weathercock appears in the centre of Kakariko Village. If Link plays the Flute nearby it, a bird will appear from inside the statue. If Link plays the flute again the bird will appear and bring Link to one of eight different locations. In the Dark World, the Weathercock is replaced by a Gargoyle Statue that also is the entrance to Thieves' Town, where the fourth crystal is.
The Weathercock appears in Mabe Village. When Link learns the Frog's Song of Soul from Mamu he must play it in a hidden room under the Weathercock, which will revive the Flying Rooster. There's also a missable photo in the DX version in which the Weathercock is visible.
- ↑ "Cluck cluck...What?! You turned me into a human. I can even speak! Aha, it must be you who is always teasing my friends. The Weathercock is always watching you harass them. Well, this human shape is uncomfortable for me. Ahhh, I want to be a chicken again! Cluck cluck..." — Cucco (A Link to the Past)
- ↑ "'BRRING! BRRING! Hi, it's Ulrira! Have you heard of the Flying Rooster of Mabe Village? In the good old days, it used to give us rides if we held it above our heads... Now it is lying under the Weathercock... Is that useful for you? I hope so! Bye! CLICK!'" — Old Man Ulrira (Link's Awakening)